War of the Rebellion: Serial 076 Page 0520 THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN. Chapter L.

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Semi- monthly field report of the artillery of the Army of the Tennessee- Continued.

Batteries. Officers Men. Guns. Caissons

Seventeenth Army

Corps, Major John

T. Chaeney, chief

of artillery:

3rd Ohio 2 116 4 4

1st Illinois(D) 4 134 4 4

1st Michigan (H) 3 100 6 6

15th Ohio 3 114 6 6

Independent

2nd Illinois (F) 3 118 4 4

1st Minnesota 5 138 6 6

10th Ohio a 2 123 3 4

1st Missouri (C)a 2 103 4 4

Total 50 2,020 86 82

Casualties men.

Batteries. Rounds Horses Killed. Wounded.

ammuniti

on on

hand.

Seventeenth Army

Corps, Major John

T. Chaeney, chief

of artillery:

3rd Ohio 254 66 ... ...

1st Illinois(D) 257 76 ... ...

1st Michigan (H) 913 80 ... ...

15th Ohio 701 88 ... ...

Independent

2nd Illinois (F) 482 63 1 ...

1st Minnesota 1,124 89 ... ...

10th Ohio a 811 53 ... ...

1st Missouri (C)a 608 45 ... ...

Total 11,730 1,339 1 10

a At Marietta.

T. W. OSBORN,

Major and Chief of Artillery, Dept. and Army of the Tenn.

BEFORE ATLANTA, GA., August 15, 1864.

Consolidated semi- monthly field return of the artillery of the Army of the Cumberland, August 15, 1864.

Effective force.

Batteries. Officer Men. Guns. Caiss

s. ons.

Fourth Army Corps:

Artillery Brigade 6 88 ... ...

Headquarters

5th Indiana Battery 4 120 6 6

Independent Pennsylvania 2 110 4 5

(B)

1st Ohio Artillery (A) 4 134 6 6

1st Illinois Artillery (M) 2 101 4 6

Bridges' Battery (Illinois) 1 109 5 6

6th Ohio Battery 5 153 4 6

1st Ohio Artillery (M) 4 118 6 6

Fourteenth Army Corps:

1st Illinois Artillery(C) 4 113 6 6

2nd Illinois Artillery (I) 3 138 6 6

7th Indiana Battery 4 11 4 6

5th Wisconsin Battery 4 140 6 6

19th Indiana Battery 3 115 4 6

20th Indiana Battery 3 140 6 6

Twentieth Army Corps:

Artillery Brigade 8 17 ... ...

Headquarters

1st New York Artillery (M) 2 123 6 6

1st Ohio Artillery (C) 5 128 6 6

13th New york Battery 5 109 6 6

1st Michigan Artillery (I) 3 107 6 6

1ST New York Artillery (I) 3 142 6 6

Independent Pennsylvania 3 142 6 6

(E)

11th Indiana Battery a 5 127 9 6

(detached)

Total 83 2,585 112 119

Casualties.

Men.

Batteries. Rounds Horses. Kille Woun Loss

of d. ded. of

ammunit horse

ion on s.

hand.

Fourth Army Corps:

Artillery Brigade ... 23 ... ... ...

Headquarters

5th Indiana Battery 830 93 ... ... ...

Independent 548 80 ... .. ...

Pennsylvania (B)

1st Ohio Artillery (A) 641 97 ... ... ...

1st Illinois Artillery 419 102 ... ... 2

(M)

Bridges' Battery 610 110 ... ... ...

(Illinois)

6th Ohio Battery 638 97 ... ... 2

1st Ohio Artillery (M) 842 104 ... ... ...

Fourteenth Army Corps:

1st Illinois 800 74 ... ... ...

Artillery(C)

2nd Illinois Artillery 980 91 ... ... ...

(I)

7th Indiana Battery 670 57 ... ... ...

5th Wisconsin Battery 644 96 ... ... ...

19th Indiana Battery 675 96 ... ... ...

20th Indiana Battery 705 112 ... ... ...

Twentieth Army Corps:

Artillery Brigade ... ... ... ... ...

Headquarters

1st New York Artillery 768 88 ... ... ...

(M)

1st Ohio Artillery (C) 768 92 ... ... ...

13th New york Battery 759 95 ... ... ...

1st Michigan Artillery 1,200 89 1 2 ...

(I)

1ST New York Artillery 944 81 .. 2 ...

(I)

Independent 1,200 94 ... ... ...

Pennsylvania (E)

11th Indiana Battery a 1,816 106 ... ... ...

(detached)

Total 16,457 1,877 1 4 4

a Two 20- pounder Parrott guns disabled August 12, 1864, the muzzles being torn of in firing.

J. M. BRANNAN,

Brigadier- General, Chief of Artillery.